The Huffington Post and Beacon Reader — a crowdfunding platform for journalism that we’ve written about before — announced on Wednesday that they have formed a partnership to fund and train a citizen journalist who is currently writing about the protests taking place in Ferguson, Mo.
Once the two new North Shore papers are added, 22nd Century Media will have a collective print and digital circulation of 175,000 in suburban Chicago.
The chief executive of News Corp Australia, Julian Clarke, has strongly defended the Australian’s $30m drain on the Murdoch empire, saying the newspaper is a much-loved flagship and the country’s most influential newspaper.
It’s official: HuffPost India—a partnership between the Huffington Post Media Group and The Times of India Group—will launch on Nov. 25.
BuzzFeed has gone on a hiring spree this year, adding about a dozen Latino bylines to its staff.
The properties for sale cross seven states including California, Connecticut, Colorado and Pennsylvania.
Second Street plans to bring enhanced mobile functionality and a larger deal network to partner.
The role of the audience-development executive has evolved with the rise of social.
McClatchy (NYSE:MNI) VP Anders Gyllenhaal sold 59,716 shares of the stock in a transaction dated Thursday, August 14th. The shares were sold at an average price of $4.42, for a total transaction of $263,944.72.
The sale of the four newspapers includes the assets of their websites and a free "shopper" publication.
Jennifer Clark, who will be the associate publisher of both newspapers, said they will continue to operate with separate editorial identities.
The Charlotte Observer Chooses Exponent Media Group's Cloud Pagination Service to Produce New Automotive Section
Orlando, Florida, August 14, 2014 -- Exponent Media Group, Inc., will now produce the weekly automotive section for The Charlotte Observer, in Charlotte NC.
It is only eight years old and best known for collating funny videos of cats and so-called "listicles" of trivia (such as 40 Things That Will Make You Feel Old), but viral internet sensation BuzzFeed was on Monday valued at more than three times as much as the Washington Post, the venerable US newspaper whose exposure of the Watergate scandal brought down President Richard Nixon.